Patna Waterfall: Patna Waterfall is named after the small village where this waterfall is located. Waterfall is accessible by 1.5 kms tough trek. There is not much water in this waterfall but it is certainly a beautiful place. There are small limestone caves near the waterfall. The little shower like water falling from the stones looks amazing. In the monsoon there is more water in the waterfall but it makes the trek very difficult. There are shop also near the waterfall which sells tea/coffee/cold drinks. During summer specially on weekends there is more crowd otherwise there are not much visitors here.
How to reach: Waterfall is open throughout the year. Patna waterfall is just 7 kms far from Lakshman Jhula. From Lakshman Jhula take Neelkanth Road. From the bridge on the Ganga the base of waterfall is 2.5 kms far. There is small tea shops on the road in front of the trek beginning. There are no sign boards so you can ask the people to confirm. From the road it is 1.5 kms trek one way.
Rishikesh is home to many beautiful waterfalls but their is one such waterfall called the Patna Waterfall, named after the small village where it is located. A trek through the Rajaji forest with pleasing sound of flowing water coupled with natural beauty and cool breeze will lead you to this waterfall, there is not much water, but it is certainly a beautiful place. There are small limestone caves near the waterfall which is a main attraction. The little shower like water falling from the stones looks amazing. Every traveler should experience this great trek, that has an amazing drizzling waterfall, to relax and have some splashes under the fall. We bet you will love and cherish it!